1. Private Sector

    Mitt on Obama: ‘Words Are Cheap’

    ST LOUIS, MO - JUNE 7:   Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign event at the military contractor Production Products on June 7, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri. According to reports, the Romney and Republican campaign committees announced June 7, that they have raised $76.8 million in May.  (Photo by Whitney Curtis/Getty Images)

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    “Words are cheap,” Mitt Romney told a group of business leaders at a meeting in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, predicting that the president would change his tune this week after the backlash from his “the private sector is doing fine” comment. Romney noted that Obama’s speeches may be “soaring and eloquent,” but it would behoove his listeners “to look at the record more than the words.” The Republican presidential candidate declared that the Obama administration has carried out the “most anti-investment, anti-business, anti-jobs series of policies in modern American history.”

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